Garmin's upgraded its Alexa-integrated Speak dashboard-mounted device with a dash cam that packs safety-oriented perks.
The Byton electric SUV features a 49-inch touch screen console, facial recognition, voice commands and invisible door handles.
Make sure your vehicle is safe from carbon monoxide by using one of these battery-powered detectors or ones specifically designed for cars.
Modern cars have a computer flaw that lets hackers cut off vital systems such as brakes or steering. There's no easy fix available.
On Jan. 19, 2038, millions of the world's computer systems and smart devices will suddenly be unable to tell time, with massive consequences.
With Audi and Volvo using Android for their infotainment systems, Google Assistant figures to play a more prominent role in the car.
From Android O and Instant Apps to new Google Assistant cars, here's what we expect to see at Google I/O this year.
A security firm can capture and rebroadcast the signal from car key fobs, letting them steal cars when their owners are up to 1,000 feet away.
Dragon Drive uses artificial intelligence along with natural language and speech recognition to understand your voice commands when you hit the road.
During a demo at this week's Mobile World Congress, SAP showed off how renting a car, navigating to parking, paying for gas and logging expenses can all be connected.
Ransomware is coming to the Internet of Things, and how bad it becomes depends on how well we're prepared for it.
Weaknesses in connected-car apps could let hackers steal your car, according to Kaspersky Lab researchers.
False information injected into data-driven systems such as smart cars or smart-home devices can lead to disaster, an Intel executive warns.
Some of Tesla's $35,000 all-electric vehicles could roll off of production lines this month, Reuters reports.
A ride in Hyundai's first self-driving vehicle reveals a car with very impressive intelligence — and an overabundance of caution.
Google has new plans for its self-driving car tech, and it could actually be good news for consumers itching to take it for a spin.
Apple may have run into a roadbloack on bringing an electric car to market by 2019, as a Germany paper reports Daimler and BMW have ended talks to be team up with Apple.
Norwegian researchers hacked the Tesla Android app to unlock a Tesla car and drive it away without a keyfob.
Logitech's changed course for its ZeroTouch car mount, which now taps into Android Auto for in-car navigation and entertainment features.
T-Mobile is offering a device that turns your car into a Wi-Fi hotspot while also gathering diagnostic data on your vehicle. You can get it for free with a two-year contract.
Smart-home and other Internet of Things devices may be less secure because copyright law forbids researchers from disclosing flaws.
Mirai is a newly public hacking tool that allows miscreants to take control of unsecured IoT devices and use them to take down websites.
Solar Roadways hopes to replace all concrete and asphalt with its solar panels to generate green energy.
Google and Tesla are moving too fast toward fully autonomous vehicles, and it's good that the government is intervening to slow them down.
Despite grand ambitions, Apple’s car project has hit a wall, and the new direction is much more focused on software than an actual vehicle.
Tesla Motor's latest update to its Autopilot software could have saved a driver from a fatal accident, CEO Elon Musk said.
Tesla's new Model S P100D can go from 0 to 60 in just 2.5 seconds, making it the quickest production car in the world.
Hackers could wirelessly unlock the doors of more than 100 million Volkswagens, Audis, Fords, Nissans and Chevrolets made since 1995.
Apple's big investment in ridesharing service Didi Chuxing isn't just about improving Chinese relations. It could shape Apple's self-driving car initiative.
The Lemur BlueDriver is supposed to give drivers info about their cars, but lax authentication makes it a potential security disaster.